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Court Records Scholarship

To enter the contest, interested applicants must fill out the application form completely. The essay must include a personal statement (clarified in the 2nd essay question). ALL sources used in the essay must have the proper citation. Most preferred writing formats are MLA and APA. Your essay will contain a minimum word count of 1,000 words and a maximum of 1,500 words. Include your first and last name at the top of your document.

Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with their state’s public records law and local regulations on requesting public records. It might be very helpful to read up on the use of case law, understanding the principles behind different reported cases and their role in the administration of justice.

Please note that by participating in this competition, you give the right to publish any article you submit. Any article submitted to participate in the scholarship competition including those not awarded the scholarship prize may be published on

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$500 - $1,500
Acceptance StartSeptember 1, 2020
Deadline September 1, 2021
Number of Awards Granted3

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